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Seminary’s symposium on genocide
Seminary’s symposium on genocide

March 2001. Article. Artists’ work adds another perspective to seminary’s symposium on genocide.

Seminary’s symposium on genocide
Seminary’s symposium on genocide

March 2001. Article. Artists’ work adds another perspective to seminary’s symposium on genocide.

Seminary’s symposium on genocide
Seminary’s symposium on genocide

March 2001. Article. Artists’ work adds another perspective to seminary’s symposium on genocide.

A Sacred Space
A Sacred Space

September 2001. Article. Artist’s reflection on Armenian genocide suggests commemoration, healing.

Blue Illumination
Blue Illumination

December 2001. Article. Conduit Gallery Dallas by Vicki Meek

Ashfall
Ashfall

April 2015. Article. Southern Connecticut State University Exhibit by Joe Amarante

Bulley Gallery
Bulley Gallery

2015. Article. Lace Artwork from "Barsamian Armenian Genocide" by Dylan Haviland

Armenian Art Exhibit
Armenian Art Exhibit

2015. Article. An in-depth page of severed heads and skulls, different artwork from different eras combined into one piece.

See More of Barsamian’s Work

 

 

Barsamian adds another perspective and depth to symposium on the Armenian genocide thru his art.

 

Below are just a few of his galleries.

 

View all of the artist's work here.

3 Degrees of Separation

(Paintings and Drawings, 2012)

Absence / Presence (Paintings, 2005)

Reality / Dreams (Paintings, 2009)

Video Interviews

Published on Sep 19, 2014

 

In episode 2 of Art This Week Bios Conduit Gallery, we speak with artist Robert Barsamian about his history with Conduit Gallery and his move to Deep Ellum from New York.

Travelling art installation opens at the Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington Hills

 

Robert Barsamian had heard his Armenian grandmother tell stories of World War I era atrocities, but it wasn’t until years later that he was moved to make art work to tell her story.